Tai Cheong Bakery egg tarts vs. BAKE Cheese Tart – in Singapore 

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After 5 Warriors

In the midst of trending snacks for tarts, 2 of the current most popular tarts are crowned. They are the Baked Cheese Tart originated from Japan which have also set up branch at Ion Orchard in Singapore and  Tai Cheong Bakery’s egg tart from Hong Kong now available at Takashimaya basement. 

Since start of launch, these 2 pastries have been drawing crowds to their queues.

Let’s review on each of them:

1) BAKE Cheese Tart @ Ion Orchard 

Selling their one and only signature Cheese tarts!

Waiting time: Queuing on 23 Sep 2016 (Friday evening 6pm): 20 minutes

Taste & appearance: When eaten straight after buying from the oven it comes with the foamy texture similar to the foam on hot beverages.  If you eat it after putting inside the chiller, cheese mousse will harden and give the “rich” cheesecake texture. If placed in the freezer, cheese mousse will turn to the ice…

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